. . . so the curriculum is a bit large and holistic for its own good. For example, the wrestlers in the last video are doing things few Tai chi people whould ever do by dropping their heads and A-framing (otr whatever it's called). A Tai Chi guy would take a more upright posture because it's preferential striking and standing holds, but the pure grapplers are in a better position for takedown defense and DLTs. One definite flaw in push hands compared to pummeling is that PH practice teaches you to maintain peng (the distance and shape of your standup guard) instead of getting chest to chest. There are exceptions to this, but so much of it depends on what you're specifically practicing.